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May naiiwan pang mantsa sa damit mo.

Tagalog example sentence for Naiiwan


Example sentence for the Tagalog word maiwan, meaning: [verb] to be left out (AF); to be left behind (AF); to be able to leave something behind (OF).

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May naiiwan pang mantsá sa damít mo
There's still a stain left on your clothes.

Sentence Literal Translation:

May naiiwan pang mantsa sa damit mo.
May naiiwan pang mantsá sa damít mo .
there is being left behind still stain on clothes your
There's still a stain left on your clothes.

There are 9 other example sentences using the word naiiwan or its variants.
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